Evaluative Criteria and Consequences Associated with Failure and Success for Elite Athletes and Performing Artists

@article{Conroy2001EvaluativeCA,
  title={Evaluative Criteria and Consequences Associated with Failure and Success for Elite Athletes and Performing Artists},
  author={D. Conroy and A. Poczwardowski and K. Henschen},
  journal={Journal of Applied Sport Psychology},
  year={2001},
  volume={13},
  pages={300 - 322}
}
  • D. Conroy, A. Poczwardowski, K. Henschen
  • Published 2001
  • Psychology
  • Journal of Applied Sport Psychology
  • Fears of failure and success are widely regarded as salient threats to performance in a variety of domains yet scientific understanding of these constructs is still in its infancy. Sixteen elite athletes and performing artists participated in in-depth interviews to shed light on the nature of the cognitive-motivational-relational appraisals associated with these fears. Results revealed distinct criteria for evaluations of failure and success, as well as the perceived consequences of failure and… CONTINUE READING
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